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opponent and this is richard lugar's seat who was primary. don't forget to listen to my radio show on channel 127 monday through friday and on progressive talk stations across the country noon to 3:00. follow me on twitter at @edshow and like ed on facebook. >>> you don't see this very >>> you don't see this very often. crowd reaction that we can play r for entertainment. presidential candidate mitt romney and his running mate paul ryan headlined a rally today in the state of ohio. they are doing this three-day bus tour because they think they can win the state. when romney got the crowd excited about ryan, here's what happened. >> paul ryan, he's something. wait a second, romney, ryan, romney, ryan, that's great. thank you. >> sums it up. the crowd goes wild for ryan even beginning a chant so romney has to get ahold of this thing, get back in the picture. can i see that one more time? >> that's quite a guy, isn't it? paul ryan, isn't that something? wait a second, romney, ryan, romney, ryan. there we go. thank you. wait a second, romney, ryan, romney, ryan. there we go. thank you.
. the indiana senate race is in play for a seat held by senator richard lugar since 1977. the democratic candidate is joe donly. he leads by three points in the ternal poll conducted by global strategy grou w mower dock defeated richard lugar in a primary and made clear he had no interest in negoating with democts or ybod >> to me the highlight of politics is inflict my opinion in front of a camera to win them over to my point of view. >> i have a mind set that it ought of consist of demoats coming to the republican point of view. hee oiftim on style and substance. >> richard mourdock fights for sending jobs to china. we need more common sense. >> president obama won indiana use t y ago, but is not expected to win the state this time around. stgyto d dol tobama. >> hoosiers have a choice. continue down the path of donnelly and obama. >> joining me tonight is joe donnelly, the congressman from indiana who is challenging the tea party candidate. good to have you with us tonight. you're going up against the candidate whreally underor whington has been for the last couple years. does that p
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mourdock who defeated richard lugar in the primary. are richard lugar and others paying their price for the extremism? >> i would add to what sam said, part of the aftermath of 47gate. itouo trgt you're best on the economy when you think you should only be working for half of the people on the economy, right? that's h the comments were perceived. to your question, ed, i want to add, this is not just having a trickledown effect to other senate races. the only shot we have at elecng a new woman governor is acly -- >> it's ticket-wide, no tion. >> who shouldn't be in a neck and neck race, but is, because of what's going on nationally with the gop. >> keli goff, sam stein. >>> coming up, a hidden video at a mitt romney fund-raiser has sparked controversy about mitt mney's past investments in china. we'll tell you all about it next. >>> up next, new dls about mitt romney's past investments in china. ttnepanvenlsut in china. >>> and later george w. bush is staying away from the campaign trail, but his trip to the cayman islands could be a headache for mitt. >>> when i was back in my priv
donnelly. mourdock was primaried. richard lugar -- indiana is really red. how can it be that donnelly is giving him a run for his money? >> precisely because we knocked out a very solid and very sceivetive senator lugar who had a lot of respect and a lot of credibility with independent voters and elected somebody who's much further to the right. he was a tea party candidate. and this is just -- this is an example of what happens when the forces of the far right dominate the primaries and elect somebody who's not as attractive to independent voters. >> jennifer: you're so reasonable. i love having you on the show. i want to give all of those republican viewers, both of them who watch the show, some hope. president obama does not have a chance in heck probably to win north dakota. democratic senate candidate heidi hasn't appeared on the ballot since losing 12 years ago. she's a former attorney general. she's doing well in her contest against rick burg. north dakota, really red. what's going on there? >> we
relations. those days are back. >> senator richard lugar, ranking republic on the foreign relations committee where stevens once worked called the late foreign service officer an exceptional and courageous american public servant, a rising star who would be entrusted with important missions. former secretary of state condoleezza rice said his service in the middle east through the his career was legendary. >> the libyan story was a very american story. where the people struggled for freedom and democracy and he saw that and he saw the parallels and all these parallels is what inspired to us build on this and today we see it affected in a very grave manner. >> chris stevens was 52. shep? >> james rosen in washington. one senator said today the attack in libya amounts to an act of war against the united states. we will go live to the it u.s. state department to see how diplomats are responding to the killings. plus, the taliban now warning people get ready for a fight. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing a reason...to look twice. introducing a stunning work of technology -- the
veteran senator richard lugar in the republican primary. democrat joe donnelly is taking on murdoch. the race is close. outside groups are now pouring money in to indiana. the national republican senatorial committee just forked over $700,000 for a week-long buy. murdoch tying donnelly to obama and trying to give him a new nickname. >> no wonder they call donnelly "obama joe." >> donnelly is knocking murdoch for tea party red meat lines like this one. >> i challenge you in article one, section eight, of the united states constitution where those so-called enumerated powers are listed. i challenge you to find words that talk about medicare or medicaid or, yes, even social security. >> donnelly also argued he has a history of reaching across the aisle, while mourdock has explicitly said he will not. this new ad uses paul ryan against mourdock. >> my way or the highway. >> i certainly think that bipartisanship ought to consist of democrats coming to the republican point of view. >> mr. mourdock's point is any movement that comes should not come from the republicans, it should -- >> i d
. are richard lugar and others paying their price for the extremism? >> i would add to what sam said, part of the afrmath of 47%-gate. it's tough to make the argument u're best on the economy when you think you shoul only be infor h t pe onhe economy, right? that's how the comments were percei perceived. to your question, ed, i want to add, this is not just having a trickledown effect to other senate races. the only shot we have at electing a new womanovernors tu - >> i tiet-wide, no question. >> who shouldn't be in a neck and neck race, but is, because of what's going on nationally with the gop. >> keli goff, sam stein. >>> coming up, a hidden video at a mitt romney fund-raiser has spked controversy outit eyas iestments in china. we'll tell you all about it next. yeah. one phillips' colon health probiotic cap each day helps defend against these digestive issues with three strains of good bacteria. approved! [ phillips' lady ] live the regular life. phillips'. >>> up next, new daiut mioms investments in china. >>> and later george w. bush is staying away from the campaign trail, but his t
social security and medicare. but this is not the same mourdock whoefd ar r hema. are richard lugar and others paying their price for the extremism? >> i would add to what sam said, part of the aftermath of 47%-gate. it's tough to make the argument you're best on the eco wn you think you should only be working for half of the people on the economy, right? that's how the comments were perceived. to your estion, ed, i want to ad this is not just having a ickle-do effect to other tees the only shot we have at electing a new woman governor is actually -- >> it's ticket-wide, no question. >> who shouldn't be in a neck and neck race, but is, because of what's going on nationally with the gop. keli goff, sam stein. >>> comi up, a hidden video at tt rney ndses sparked controversy about mitt romney's past investments in china. we'll tell you all about it next. ♪ we're lucky, it's not every day you find a companion as loyal as a subaru. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. just begin with america's favorite soups. bring out chicken broccoli alfredo. topbelkim for recipes, plus a valuab
that rhode island chard lugar -- rhode richard lugar was defeated the other day. he was my guy. that must sound a little weird. richard lugar was nixon's favorite mayor. do you remember? he was defeated in a primary contest the other day by the candidate of the tea party. and so it seems as in france where the electorate last sunday, you know, went either -- went to the hard right and the hard left, we seem to be doing that. i was struck by the fact that the french by law their presidential elections can only last one month. it's not a perfect system. you still end up with a french president. [laughter] but i wondered if we might take a page from the french playbook. it's distressing, charlie. the, you know, the sensible center is an increasingly vacant space. there are many be factors, i think the 24/7 news cycle has not helped, i mean, in the -- when i was growing up, the evening news -- i remember the debate, there was a fierce debate in the '60s when they decided to extend the walter cronkite's 15 minutes of evening news to half an hour, and they were saying, well, what are we going t
. >> and why. >> and why. [laughter] is this a trick question? i was very saddened to see that richard lugar was defeated the other day. richard lugar, to me, was my kind of guy. that must sound a little weird. richard lugar was nixon's favorite mayor, do you remember? >> [inaudible] >> yeah. he was mayor of indianapolis. he was defeated in a primary, in a primary contest the other day by the candidate of the tea party. and so it seems as in france where the electorate last sunday, you know, went either -- went to the hard right and the hard left, we seem to be doing that. i was struck by the fact that the french by law their presidential elections can only last one month. it's not a perfect system, you still end up with a french president. [laughter] but i wondered if we might take a, take a page from the french playbook. it's, it's distressing, charlie. you know, the sensible center is , is an increasingly vacant space. um, there are many factors. i think the 24/7 news cycle has not helped. i mean, in the -- when i was growing up, you know, the evening news -- i remember the debate, there
operations officer in europe and who was a cardinal, richard lugar, the military profession if you think that's fair. connor took a liking to eisenhower and took him with them to panama to be his executive officer. in 1921. and by so doing, save him for being court-martialed. the inspector general wanted to court martial eisenhower because he submitted a false voucher claiming $250.45 housing allowance for his son, ike, who happen to not be present at the time. $250.45, but when they court-martialed had when he decided to take eisenhower to panama, the inspector general bill last to the power would be on eisenhower's side and agreed to settle for a letter of reprimand in ike style, which is still in ike's bio. they came back to the u.s. wanted to go to the status quo more than worth, one of the stations you have to punch in the military career. the chief of infantry had passed them over for an assignment there. again it was fox conner, deputy deputy chief of staff food intervened, transferred to the adjunct general corps. graduated first in its class, went back to the infantry. the chief of i
part because the republicans chose richard murdoourdock over richard lugar. part of the reason is it is not just because of republican issues versus democratic issues. mourdock, day after he won the nomination, went on television and said that his idea of bipartisanship is when democrats agree with him. i think -- the other thing he said is that the problem in d.c. is that there is too much bipartisanship. >> tea party is rising or falling? >> rising. when mitt romney loses the election, it will be a real challenge for the republican party, because you will have folks say that they should have elected a true blue red meat conservative to i think the fight in the party will last a couple more elections. >> thank you all for getting up early. thanks to bank of america for making this possible. we appreciate "the charlotte observer" for your great coverage and a partnership. >> thank you. [applause] >> we are looking why inside the time warner cable -- live side of the time warner cable arena. 35,000 delegates, international media representatives, and a national political leaders
as biden and lugar and carry and richard holbrooke and hillary clinton, there is this effort to sycamore regard to break out of this narrative. were going to break out of this seeming straitjacket of the up and down of the relationship. regard to put our money where our mouth this. we measure things. the tool we use to try to show the we are serious. and that money was the legislation which promised seven a half billion dollars in civilian aid of the five years at the beginning of the obama administration. if i understand correctly touch and projectiles at the time the amount but if i understand this correctly this was a deeply idealistic effort to try to say we are not only going to give money, were not only going to have an impact with a fairly large civilian assistance program to balance, if you will, are ongoing military commitment to pakistan, but we're also going to set up a structure or relationship through what was generally called a strategic partnerships to try to make -- to break out of that pattern. after 2008-9, those of you who knew richard holbrooke knew that the hurricane
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